In order to benefit from feedback, students need to understand its value and act on it, but there is strong evidence to suggest that students often don’t read feedback. How can ALLaN help you use feedback from your first assessment to provide individualised instruction for students and improve learning, teaching, and assessment in your subject? I’m glad you asked!
Now that 201860 is underway, this post focuses on help with writing your exams and on having conversations with your students about cheating. There’s also an update on the Quasar project!
These resources and strategies from the BJBS ALLaN Faculty Liaison can support the development of your students’ language, literacy, and numeracy skills and save you time and effort.
More updates on the new Subject Outlines Tool, new technology available, introducing our new ALLaN Faculty Liaison and the BJBS Information Literacy team.
This month there are updates on the special considerations workflow, the new Subject Outlines Tool, changes with ALLaN Faculty Liaison and new library resources. Oh, and if you haven’t given feedback on our L&T Symposium…